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Old 11-25-2005, 07:03 PM   #1
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Default Can I watch TV with the vid Card?

I want to put a tv card on my moms comp, anything cheap. Will this work? Does it also come with the software for the tv program. Like on my vaio i watch on it and the program to watch tv is calld "gigapocket".
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Default Re: Can I watch TV with the vid Card?

It looks good. I didn't know there was one like that. I'm sure your motherboard have an AGP port on it.
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Default Re: Can I watch TV with the vid Card?

yup has agp. thx mucho corolla.
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Default Re: Can I watch TV with the vid Card?

Your welcome. It does have some bad reviews on it, then there are some good ones too. As long as you follow the instuctions for installation, you should have no problems. It's not the top of the line stuff, but it should work fine. Software comes included in that, but may be old drivers and such. You can always go online to download the new stuff.
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